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Apps: Dominions, iClip, Equinox, iMaginator

updated 03:05 pm EST, Wed January 31, 2007

Dominions, iClip, Equinox

  • Dominions 3.06 ($60) brings native compatibility with Intel-based Macs to the real-time strategy game challenging players to lead one of more than 50 nations in three different ages. Players must ascend to true 'godhood' via acquired power, attaining victory in numerous ways within a world of magic and steel. The update includes numerous changes related to modding, a new spell for Man, and several bug fixes. [Download - 121MB]

  • iClip 4 ($30) signals a major update to the multiple clipboard and scrapbook software, boasting a completely redesigned interface. The free upgrade for registered users of any previous version is a Universal Binary that runs natively on Intel-based Macs, and features significant performance optimizations. The software enables users to keep a history of the clipboard to copy multiple times before having to paste. [Download - 13.6MB]

  • Equinox 6.3 ($50) is a Universal planetarium application offering features for beginner as well as advanced astronomers. The software offers filters for organizing deep sky objects, as well as numerous control to adjust the sky display with a window that simulates a telescope's view. Users can also build a tour, controlling a telescope to travel from object to object with voice commands while watching on a webcam. [Download - 41.1MB]

  • iMaginator 3.2 ($50) enhances the image processing and painting application that supports non-destructive image editing in real-time. The upgrade is free for registered users, and ensures each overlayed image or text can have its own chain of sub effects to support independent effects in different parts of the canvas. The latest release also enables users to apply sub-chains to sub effects of text or image types. [Download - 11MB]

  • NoteMind 1.4.0 ($20) includes a "QuickAdd" feature that enables users to add new notes and to-do items by pressing the F2 key to bring up a small window without bringing the NoteMind application to the front. NoteMind is an application designed to help users collect and organize information centrally in one single place, learning the way users organize documents. The latest release includes numerous bug fixes, and requires Mac OS X 10.4 or later. [Download - 4.7MB]

by MacNN Staff





  1. Mr. Fartleberry

    Joined: Dec 1969



    Remember the Equinox developer has been with Mac from almost day one and not a sell out like iView. Pricing is far saner than Starry Night as well.

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